I already have one from a previous surgery 5 years ago. I need information for my present orthopaedic surgeon who has asked me as to where his patients can purchase the ValguLoc item.
Would you please let me know if you have a Representative on the Sunshine Coast. The Surgeon who recently operated on both my feet was impressed with the Bunion Regulator I still kept from my previous surgery 5 years ago. He would be a very good customer as he is a very busy man operating on shoulders, knees and feet. I am sure he would be recommending your Products to all his patients. I can be contacted on either: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 9412 938 385 / 07 5478 0041.
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get an appointment with a surgeon who specializes in laser surgery and discuss the issue
I feel that scar tissue problems will take years to resolve not months but talk with the experts to get the proper advice
research this on the net and consult your orthopaedic specialist. It will depend on your bone structure (porous or not), age, your willingness to participate in rehabilitation exercises and your general health, Basically if you have a good surgeon ( check references ), are reasonable healthy (non-smoker, non -diabetic) and are not excessively over weight then most replacements have a success rate of around 85%. There is a process available where a lubricant is injected into the joint that is pretty good for a few months while you wait for the surgery. Again this is not the place to get information on such a serious subject so consult specialist surgeons( 3-4 second opinions) and be guided by them
My answer is a yes. It has worked for me. I had wrinkles and blemishes on my skin. I don't know how it came all of a sudden. I was always afraid to go under a knife. But I did not have any other option and I just undergone a cosmetic surgery. And I was shocked to see the results. My skin became clean! I love my skin. And I should say a big thanks to my surgeon. I got it done from a plastic surgery clinic at Oakland, California. Dr. Joseph Togba was my surgeon.
You haven't mentioned what surgery your friend wants to go for. I have never undergone a cosmetic surgery but my sister had undergone one, Rhinoplasty. And I can help you in this. There are sites where you can read lots of cosmetic surgery reviews posted by patients who have undergone a surgery.
Good surgeon bad surgeon is one of the sites that I know. I am sure it will help you in finding a right surgeon for your friend.
First of all your doctor needs to distinguish between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis. They require different treatments. He might also suggest pills for the pain such as paracetamol or diclofenac which are more effective than the cream. He might also refer you to an orthopaedic surgeon who can help you with specific joints.
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are certain criteria you have to meet in order for your insurance
company to approve the procedure, i.e. be 100 lbs. overweight, have
health problems like diabetes, hypertension. So really it is not up to
the primary doctor to deny you, it is more the insurance company. There
is almost 6months to a years pretesting needed for this surgery too. You
will need: blood work, ekg, chest x ray, stomach endoscopy,
colonoscopy, psychiatric evaluation, gallbladder sonar, and you will
need to see your primary doctor for 6 visits, one per month to weigh you
and check your general health. Just remember that this isn't an instant
solution to a weight problem, the easy part is getting the weight off,
but keeping it off is all up to you. You have to make changes in your
diet and not go back to your old eating habits. Make sure if approved
that you go to a board certified surgeon that has done numerous
procedures like this. I wish you all the best. Here you will get more
information about Bariatric Surgeons.